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Jan 12, 2013 10:00am EST
. the release of this report could not come at a more appropriate time. since the election and even before that, the president and leaders in the democratic party and the u.s. congress of both the would-both chambers of the u.s. congress, as well as key -- the democratic party and the u.s. congress -- both chambers of the u.s. congress have said this is time for a broad reform of the u.s. immigration system. we can only take them at their word. if this were to take place, it would end a 10 year deadlock with repeated failed attempts in reforming the system. most notably, the failures of 2006 and 2007. underlining the failures has been deep skepticism shared by many analysts, some advocates, and significant portions of the u.s. population about the ability and the will of the u.s. government to enforce the law. at the borders and in the u.s. interior. this so-called demand for lead to me andirst my colleagues on the panel to invest in understanding as well as is possible the investments, effectiveness, and consequences, including the human consequences. of the nation posted a deep commitment to
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